Business Core Curriculum
(all Business majors): 40 credits
The School of Business offers seven undergraduate degree programs: Accounting, Business Analytics, Finance, General Business, International Business, Marketing, and Management. Students in each Business major must complete a 40-credit core curriculum consisting of the following courses, in which a minimum grade of C- is required for credit toward the major, with the exceptions noted below:
|ECO206||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|ECO207||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|BUS201||Financial Accounting (Accounting majors must earn at least C+)||3|
|BUS250||Principles of Management||3|
|BUS271||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BUS301||Internship & Career Practicum||1|
|BUS309||Statistics for Business and Economics I||3|
|BUS311||Statistics for Business and Economics II||3|
|BUS341||Fundamentals of Corporate Finance (Finance majors must earn at least C+)||3|
|Applied Learning requirement||3|
Building on this core curriculum, students in each of the seven majors complete specialized courses, detailed below. Except where otherwise noted, a minimum grade of C- is required for credit toward the major.
24 credits (Total credits: 64)
|Required Accounting Courses (24 Credits)|
|BUS272||Business Law for Accountants||3|
|BUS368||Intermediate Accounting I (Accounting majors must earn at least C+)||3|
|BUS369||Intermediate Accounting II||3|
|BUS371||Concepts in Federal Income Taxation||3|
|BUS441||Financial Management and Policy||3|
Notice to Persons Who Have Prior Felony Convictions
State University of New York (SUNY) policy prohibits SUNY New Paltz admission applications from inquiring into an applicant's prior criminal history. Students who have previously been convicted of a felony are advised that their prior criminal history may impede their ability to complete the requirements of certain academic programs and/or to meet the licensure requirements for certain professions, including the program in Accounting.
Individuals with prior criminal histories are advised to seek advice and guidance from the chair of the academic department regarding the impact of a criminal record on meeting the requirements of the major/professional licensures or certification prior to declaring the major.